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gaskin

(găs′kĭn)
n.
The part of the hind leg of a horse or related animal between the stifle and the hock.
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Dawe then drove off but motorists who had stopped to help Mr Gaskins took a note of his car number.
The JW Marriott Marquis Dubai - only the second property to receive the Marquis tag due to the sheer scale and style of the 1608-room hotel - which Gaskins describes as the "halo hotel not just for the brand but for the company" - has been the subject of scrutiny among Dubai hoteliers for the entire year.
Gaskin, from Chop Gate, near Stokesley, will again be partnered by his brother Mark on the maps in his first event since the Dukeries Rally in June.
"Joan creates a clearing for fun, thus allowing clients to be more at ease and relaxed," Gaskins adds.
Far from the glamour and mayhem of the Hamptons' nightlife scene, Gaskins and Bronner's life together as an interracial gay couple looks downright civilized as they visit with family and ride horses.
THE 1997 Derby final saw Right To Apply finish third for owners Ernie and Dolores Gaskin in the care of trainer Frazer Black.
Peter Gaskin was disqualified for five years and his wife Tracey Samantha Gaskin for three after mounting up hundreds of thousands of pounds of debt.
Gaskins then points to the work of Charles Willard as a "healthy counterweight" (137) to the transcendental quest for ideal standards of argumentation.
Logic textbooks rightly treat the argument-from-ignorance as fallacious, but Gaskins contends that it nevertheless pervades modern discourse.
RALLY ace John Gaskin is planning his first foray into the forests after celebrating his best ever performance.
Eva Smith handed cash to Mark Gaskin, aged 24, of Garlands Lane, Barlestone, near Market Bosworth, and his 22-year-old brother William when they told her a sewage pipe at her Lincolnshire home would be disconnected unless she paid for drains to be unblocked.